This event has been postponed.
The Fluid Mixing Processes SIG is organizing a one-day research showcase to bring together academic and industrial practitioners and early career researchers working in the areas of fluid mixing, turbulence, bio/chemical reactions, transport processes. The purpose of the meeting is to review advances in fundamental understanding of the underlying processes, present novel experimental and computational approaches and their application to the chemical, bio/pharmaceutical, biomedical, food and drink, water and environmental industries.
The topics presented will include single/multiphase flow and mixing at different scales, numerical methods such as Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS), Population Balance Modelling and Lattice Boltzmann Method, scaling and microfluidics approaches, up and downstream equipment design and operation, and various aspects of the application of mixing technology to manufacturing.
The event will also host the annual research student event where the Fluid Mixing Processes SIG will award the UK Young Researcher Award for Mixing 2020. The prize will support the winner’s participation at a relevant conference.
Call for abstracts
The call for abstracts is now open for students – please send a 500 word abstract to email@example.com by 20 March 2020.
Accepted abstracts from postgraduate students enrolled in a doctoral programme at a UK HEI will be automatically entered for the IChemE prize.